Sure, a lot of dedicated parents are willing to sleep in the cold to get their children into a wildly popular CPS program. But plenty of equally dedicated parents can’t. Is this any way to run a public school enrollment system?
As the number of homeschooled children grows nationwide, so too does the number of “unschoolers,” families whose children follow no formal curriculum, unless the children themselves devise it.
Kindergarten at Donald E. Cline Elementary School in Cold Spring, Kentucky Seventh grade at Seven Hills Middle School, Hillsdale Campus in Madisonville, Ohio Eleventh and Twelfth grades at James N. Gamble Montessori High School in Westwood, Ohio
Cristo Rey Schools are changing the way we think of college preparation.
In collaboration with the Community Learning Center Institute, Oyler aims to provide much more than math skills in the name of, well, better math skills: a health clinic, dental clinic, vision center, childcare, and three meals a day—all self-sustaining—as well as stable affordable housing in the near future. This fall, watch Oyler at the Cincinnati Film Festival, Sept 17.
The game’s the stuff of private clubs and Ivy League locker rooms. Can Cincinnati Squash Academy’s big dreams change lives for OTR’s littlest athletes?
Parkers is part Vaudeville, part Broadway, part small-fry talent show. And at 70 years young, it’s living proof that heartfelt solos, goofy skits, and perky kick lines will never go out of style at Deer Park High School.
Holmes Middle School believes career development is as easy as riding a bike.
What’s the benefit of attending a tiny classical Christian school? We had a graduate interview the headmaster to find out.
Longtime stage actress Teresa De Zarn goes back to high school.
Glenn O. Swing Elementary School Principal Scott Alter explains how to turn a school around for the better.
Six former students from all walks of life talk about what drew them to careers in education.
With roughly 120 bands and 10 venues, the 14th annual MidPoint Music Festival (September 25–27) offers a full weekend of rhythm, noise, and melody. And for anybody over 30, that’s also a lot of time, attention, and energy. Pace yourself with our guide to 10 MPMF artists, ranked by how intense (or mellow) a set you should expect. We present: the MidPoint Chill Meter.
Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati began as a money-hemorrhaging playhouse in the bad part of town. Now, at 30 years old, it’s the little theater that could.
“My Girl” vs. “Jessie’s Girl”
Tony Bennett isn’t even thinking about retiring.
In his 81 years, Kreso Mikulic has been many things: carpenter, engineer, Olympic gymnast, alpine skier, and now winemaker at his scenic Vinoklet Winery in Colerain Township.
“People don’t know what it takes to produce a musical.”
Your QC questions answered.
Nancy Horan’s historical fiction blends the past with her own brand of curiosity.
September is peak season for Damson plums. Plus: A recipe for Lemon Hazelnut Semolina Cake with Oven-Roasted Damson Plums
Delhi Palace serves up quality Indian cuisine with a friendly vibe.
Rapidly growing food startups have placed Findlay Market’s retail space at a premium. Enter DIRT, the nonprofit’s latest venture in the historic urban market’s continuing mission to nurture entrepreneurial spirit.
Cinque’s fare is a scene from Roman Holiday. Too bad the prices sometimes feel like Vertigo.
West side native and former Salazar sous chef Francisco Alfaro briefly stepped away from the stove before taking the lead role at Mita’s, Jose Salazar’s latest venture, which opened August 10. His “break” consisted of a 60-day bike journey across the United States. As chef de cuisine at Mita’s, I’d hope you’re a fan of […]